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Bottle size: 2 oz. liquid*
*contains alcohol

Suggested adult usage: 6-24 drops (about 1/2 – 2 dropperfuls) two to four times a day as needed, between meals on an empty stomach (otherwise with food if not tolerated well).

Approximate supply:  6 weeks

If you’ve ever suffered through a lung or respiratory problem and felt like you couldn’t breathe, you know what an uncomfortable and even scary feeling that can be. If you deal with any respiratory problems, get relief today! Breathe easy again, with Bron-QDrops, a powerful formula for strengthening and opening the lungs!

  • Weight: 2.50 Ounces

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Common signs of lung problems are:
•Trouble breathing or shortness of breath
•Feeling like you’re not getting enough air
•Decreased ability to exercise
•A cough that won’t go away
•Coughing up blood or mucus
•Pain or discomfort when breathing in or out

Although you should always contact your doctor if you think you have a serious lung problem, there are things you can do to help soothe your cough and open your lungs, allowing you to breathe again! Bron-QDrops is a powerful lung-strengthening formula that can help open the airways and enhance your entire respiratory system!

This potent herbal infusion contains:

                      Allspice • Bayberry • Fennel Galangal • Goldenseal • Thyme • Red Clover

Allspice is used for the healthy maintenance of the respiratory tract and improving respiratory function. It has outstanding pain-relieving and muscle-relaxing properties that help open the airways and contribute to easier breathing.

Bayberry is a strong astringent, meaning it is useful for toning and tightening tissues. When there is excessive mucus in the sinuses or respiratory system it can help dry the fluid and restore tone. In addition, bayberry is unusually rich in oligomeric proanthocyanidins (OPCs), the most powerful class of free radical scavengers known. Twenty times more powerful than vitamin C and 50 times more potent than vitamin E, OPCs have been shown to enhance immune response and inhibit the growth of unhealthy cells.

Fennel contains two chemicals, cineole and anetol. They are expectorant in nature, which means they promote the discharge of mucous from the respiratory passages, making fennel useful for respiratory complaints like congestion, bronchial ailments and cough.Galangal

Galangal herb is a member of the ginger family commonly used in traditional eastern medicine for respiratory problems like congestion, coughs, colds and sinus/nasal infections. Known to help regulate breathing rate and reduce inflammation in the airways, galangal can also help to break up mucus and allow for a more productive cough in patients with respiratory infections.

Related to the buttercup and native to North America, goldenseal’s primary benefit is its effect on the immune system, increasing the immune system’s production of germ-fighting compounds. It has also long been used against infections of the respiratory system, for it’s ability to soothe inflamed mucous membranes and ease congestion.

Thyme clears the respiratory system and aids breathing. This herb helps to gently loosen and expel mucus, opening the sinuses and the lungs. It soothes irritated respiratory tissue, relieves congestion, reduces inflammation and fights foreign substances and invaders. Some of thyme’s value comes from its volatile oils that provide antiseptic qualities (which help fight respiratory infections) and antispasmodic properties (that help relieve coughing).

Red Clover
By regulating and thinning mucous production in the respiratory system, red clover enables the body to remove toxic substances from the lungs and helps strengthen the immune system. It has also been used for congestion and coughs because it contains resin. Plants with resin are known for their antimicrobial and expectorant (helping the body expel phlegm/mucous) abilities.

Red Clover has a strong antispasmodic effect on:

  • Hoarseness & wheezing
  • Colds & coughs
  • Disorders of the respiratory organs
  • Irritation of the vocal cords, windpipe and bronchial tubes